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Failure to recognize that many laboratory animals live unhealthy lives may be leading researchers to misinterpret their findings, according to Nature News. Writing in PNAS, researchers at the National Institute on Aging discuss that many laboratory mice and rats are metabolically morbid, and, consequently, will die sooner than animals of normal weight.

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